The Tampa Bay Rays, who were originally known as the Devil Rays when they entered the American League in 1998, exited the no no-no club shortly after the Colorado Rockies, leaving only the New York Mets and San Diego Padres without no-hitters. (The Mets got theirs in 2012 and the Padres are still awaiting that club’s first).
Matt Garza threw the Rays no-no, no-hitting the Detroit Tigers on July 26, 2010, at home at Tropicana Field.
The Rays did add an unofficial 7-inning doubleheader no-no in 2021, a combined effort against the Cleveland Indians thrown by Collin McHugh (2 inn.), Josh Flemming (2⅔ inn.), Diego Castillo (⅓ inn.), Matt Wisler (1 inn.) and Pete Fairbanks (1 inn.).
Here is the only Rays’ no-no:
|Tampa Bay Rays (AL)|
|Monday, July 26, 2010
Tampa Bay Rays 5, Detroit Tigers 0
Tropicana Field (St. Petersburg)
I was at that game.